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Market Update 23rd January 2019

Seedless Watermelon from Cowra NSW is an absolute bargain this week - try adding thickly sliced watermelon to the barbecue. For a flavoursome treat, warm the Watermelon through then serve with crumbled Feta Cheese and Fresh Mint.

Succulent and juicy Rockmelon from the Riverland of NSW is a thrifty buy at Fred’s One Stop this week

It has been a mammoth Mango Season with supplies of superb Tropical Mangoes continuing to arrive each week. Select from Calypso, Honey Gold, Kensington Pride and R2E2 varieties

More exciting news with the Fig Season now clearly underway.

Now is great time to pick up some tangy red and yellow fleshed Plums from Fred’s

Simply not to be missed at this time of the year are our impressively good value Peaches and Nectarines. The popular Stone Fruit hails from Batlow, Bilpin, Forbes and Shepparton and is jam-packed with flavour!

Flavoursome Tasmanian Cherries are instore to be snapped up customers…

Celebrate Australia Day with some of your favourite vegetables. Zucchinis  take on a whole new life when barbequed - slice Zucchinis lengthwise into 2 or 3 slices, spray with olive oil and barbecue on the grill for 2-4 minutes

Eggplant is making for an excellent choice again this week.

Potatoes from Roberston and South Australia are plentiful. Use Desiree, Brushed or Washed Potatoes to make up an appetising Potato Salad for the family.

Did you know that barbecued Red Capsicum becomes even sweeter and tastier? Enjoy your Capsicum warm or cool. Why not remove the thin skin and add sliced to the family salad

Snakes Beans continue to be a Great Buy!

Perfect for Asian dishes and stir-fries, Snake Beans are complemented by flavours such as Garlic, Ginger, Tomatoes and Fresh Herbs

Locally grown Sweetcorn is one of Summer's star vegetables – great on the BBQ!

Don’t miss out on our Summer Tomatoes are richly flavoured and ideal to use if you prefer to bottle your own Passata.

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